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Klim's all-new Overland Jacket is the perfect evolution of dual-sport riding gear. With roots firmly planted in the off-road credibility of the Traverse line, the new Overland Jacket incorporates simple updates in armor, fit and visibility that bring maximum performance for the light and fast adventure crowd. D3O T5 EVO XT range elbow and shoulder armor pieces and D30 BP XT Level 1 back armor are included to make this a complete, multi-use offering. All-weather comfort is guaranteed with GORE-TEX Performance Shell main body construction and nothing says durability more than Klim's off-road engineered 840D Cordura overlays. If you're taking your first steps into Adventure and Adventure Touring, the all-new Overland series is a tremendous value.
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Larry S:The Klim Overland jacket is without any additional liners, other than the mesh liner which is built in and not for warmth or rain.
With that stated, I was previously using a Tourmaster Transition 2 jacket for about 5 years. This Klim Overland jacket is much more of an outer wear jacket by a long shot. It is both warmer and cooler than the Transition 2 jacket without the liner.
For a warmth liner, I used in both jackets the Tourmaster Synergy electric liner. With the liner turned on behind a K1200RS (with GT wind protection) the Klim jacket is good for another 10-20 degrees than the Tourmaster was per heat settings. The Tourmaster just lets too much air in through the fabric, but yet wasn?t that much better if at all in hot temperatures with all vents open then the Overland is. True when using a separate liner such as an electric liner, they are not zipped or attached and will be a separate jacket to remove. This is both a plus and minus, myself, I prefer this so it is easier to change with the day?s riding temperature changes.
Rain, hands down the Klim wins, no contest.
The Overland does not have the same pocket features of the Transition, but again if that is wanted, step up to the Klim Latitude or Badlands for more even $$.Sep 24, 2013
edward s:No winter liner. It really is just an expensive shell. To be completely honest, I would not purchase this jacket, nor any other klim product again. I used the jacket for a cross-country summer trip. The jacket was fine for the trip, however, once I returned home and washed the jacket as instructed by klim dealers and the care instructions, the mesh holding the armor tore out. And, contrary to the exceptional reviews about product warranty, I found the company to be just the opposite. They expected me to pay for the repairs. I would go with Revit. You won't find a warmer winter jacket, they have removable layers, and are waterproof. Sorry, if you were sold on the klim, and this is simply my experience. Ride safe.Sep 23, 2013
There is no liner with the Overland. It is just a shell that is meant to wear over layers. I like that feature because in the summer it is fine by itself, then as the seasons change you can add layers as needed. I commute in the Northeast, so I see all types of weather. I like the fact that the Gore-tex is waterproof on the outside. Other brands of jackets say they're waterproof, or have a waterproof membrane but after a couple seasons they leak through. Very pleased with the quality of Klim gear. Highly recommended!!
Briceson W:No winter lining. Rode in low 50 degree weather last night with all the vents closed and just a shirt sleeve underneath and was comfortable. If all the vents are closed it does a good job of keeping the wind off youSep 23, 2013
John L:I am 5'11". 180 lb and medium build. For me the large is a bit too big and the med is a bit too small so I went with the large so I can layer under the jacket when its cooler which is mainly when I'll use it.Mar 25, 2014